A pretty grounded consideration of Asian American identity and the “Asian American movement.” He traces the political emergence of the term and posits a kind of unified pan-Asian experience unique to America (while also acknowledging, of course, the distinctions among groups). Also talks about the subtleties of racism and violence, just under the surface of […]
+ openlettersmonthly.com/taxonomy-and-grace/ + philipgraham.net/2011/02/whats-structure-got-to-do-with-it/ + philipgraham.net/2011/03/the-life-we-learn-to-lead-as-writers/ + nplusonemag.com/the-information-essay + architizer.com/en_us/blog/dyn/18012/peoples-architecture-in-taipei/ + sundaymagazine.org/ + news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2011/03/pictures/110331-pakistan-flood-spider-trees-webs/
how the cat died A few weeks ago I was grocery shopping and picked up Quaker Instant Oats Congee, Anchovies Flavour. I’d seen it many times before and was always a bit curious. Well, curiosity satisfied. It’s disgusting.